NYS Manufacturing and Tech News 2.6.23

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British-based firm Edwards coming to Western NY to support semiconductor industry, Micron

“It was announced in November that Edwards would build a new facility at the Western New York Science and Technology Advanced Manufacturing Park in Genesee County.”

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Micron update: Company getting ready to work with local business owners

“The company is setting up a website for businesses to submit information and planning a summit for suppliers who want to do business with Micron.”

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NY Firm Bringing Solar Manufacturing Equipment Fabrication Back to U.S.

“​Linton Crystal Technologies, headquartered in Rochester, N.Y., says it plans to produce semiconductor and solar manufacturing equipment in the U.S., breaking ground on a new facility in the second quarter.”

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RIT Certified receives grants totaling $1.6 million

“The state Office of Strategic Workforce Development, under Empire State Development, will provide dollars to develop training for six programs for manufacturing technicians, information technology support analysts, cyber-defense analysts, skilled tradespeople, health care careers and building construction managers. It allocated $999,000 to the project.”

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New York Air Brake adding Watertown-based assembly jobs

“New York Air Brake is adding new assembly jobs to its Watertown headquarters. The company, which manufactures train control systems for the railroad industry, made the announcement Tuesday. NYAB currently employs approximately 250 at its Starbuck Avenue facility. The latest action adds up to 20 new Watertown-based jobs.”

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